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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by Wheely, Jul 1, 2007.
Do any of you use shooting gloves? Do they help with anything like grip, torque...?:noidea:
ask dredly....he says he is now sponserd by "summers eve".....they supply him w/his shooting gloves....:tape:
You made me fall off the bed!:laugh:
I like feeling fresh while I'm shooting... whats it to ya!
I have a thin pair of camo gloves that I wear when I'm hunting. So I wear them whenever I shoot. Maybe a little easier on the wrist and helps at the shoots when it's below freeezing.
if you use a bow sling or finger sling and dont grip the bow, I dont think a glove would help. but it might be worth trying. if you do try it would like to know if it helps any.
I have used gloves during the colder months, since gripping the riser gets cold. But I have seen a few guys use a shooting glove for all seasons... I am not sure if it helps any, other than enhancing their cool shooting appearance. :noidea:
A thin nylon type glove is used by some so that tha grip will slide easly into tha right position.
Hope this helps. Smokes
Thank God that there is only 2..... TWO..... more days of Fireworks and I am free agian. God Bless all and a great 4th to all. Smokes
Same here. I wear gloves pretty much at all times when I'm hunting so I wear them when I'm shooting my hunting setup even through the summer.
Thanks guys, I think I will try one just to see if it helps :noidea:
I should've added, for me it's not about xtra grip for the bow. It's about keeping my bare-skinned hands camoflagued.
I wear thin gloves through the winter as well. Heavy insulated gloves make my hands sweat and then they freeze. To keep things warm in the winter I use a muff with hand warmers inside.